Carl J. Schramm is University Professor at Syracuse University. He was president of the Kauffman Foundation for ten years where he made it the world’s premier organization dedicated to encouraging entrepreneurship, new high-potential firms and the role they play in economic growth. He is the Arthur & Carlyse Ciocca visiting professor at U.C. Davis, a visiting scientist at MIT, a fellow at the Institute of Business Innovation at UC Berkeley and a director at the Berkeley Research Group. His career included 20 years in business as founder of five companies and as a corporate executive. He has authored, co-authored, or edited several books including Better Capitalism, Good Capitalism, Bad Capitalism, Inside Real Innovation and Controlling Healthcare Costs. His 2010 article in Foreign Affairs opened the field known as Expeditionary Economics arguing that economic growth should operate as the mainstay of American policy. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.